October 30 from 9 to 11 a.m.
Communications, Room 43
October 30 from 9 to 11 a.m.
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While we may be taking a break from school (and work) over Fall break, the bad guys are hard at […]
If you get a new phone, you will need to restore your Duo account to the new phone before you […]
OIT has short training videos to help you on many topics, from how to use classroom technology to methods for […]
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Are you a researcher in need of help creating survey questions or analyzing data? OIT offers customized assistance to faculty, […]
The University of Tennessee is implementing two-factor authentication, or 2FA, for access to UT online resources. Once you sign up […]
Do you need special software for your class or at work? UT has contracts with many software providers to allow […]
If you’re interested in… Instructional Development Canvas Video Recording Graphic Design Webcasting Computer Support Audio Communications Teaching Applications Software Support […]
LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is an online training program that you have access to. It has thousands of training videos […]
This fall, you may notice some new technology in your classroom. More than 25 classrooms on campus received technology updates, […]
This fall, OIT will introduce new workshops! Some are new topics available face-to-face, others are old favorites available online via […]
The hugely popular HBO miniseries “Chernobyl” dramatizes the story of the 1986 nuclear accident; one of the worst human-made catastrophes […]
You spoke & we listened! The Office of Information Technology (OIT) released the new and improved myUTK on Wednesday, July 24. […]
Org Chart Manager (OCM) is now available for use by UTK, UTSA, IPS, and UT Foundation faculty and staff. They can access […]
The University of Tennessee launched a new mobile app that’s been redesigned and enhanced to provide relevant mobile content to help you stay connected and informed.
Office 365, G-Suite, and Two-Factor Authentication The Office of Information Technology (OIT) will be adding two-factor authentication to Microsoft Office […]
You have to have noticed all the construction work involving Volunteer Boulevard over the last three years, but did you […]
Verizon customers should see a strong signal throughout the building thanks to the new cellular Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) provided […]
Are you tired of the constant upgrade notices from Java? We have some good news! The majority of UTK users, […]
On May 15, you will see a new look when you sign into UT’s Google G-Suite and Microsoft Office 365 […]
OIT has partnered for more than a decade with the University Libraries to bring you services in the Commons in […]
Congratulations Grads! With graduation just around the corner, you may be wondering what you will have access to (and for […]
Did you know you can use maps.utk.edu not just for finding buildings on campus, but for finding WiFi hotspots outside […]
OIT’s training room in the Communications Building now has a new name – and new signage! As the room was […]
Malwarebytes antivirus software is now available for both Windows and Macs. The new version of Malwarebytes is a centrally managed solution; […]
Does your course enrich student experiences with insight into technology evolution and look at solving real-world business problems? Is your […]
Have you seen messages that offer you lots of money for little to no work on your part? Messages like […]
Two-factor authentication, or 2FA, is now available to assist UT employees and students with strengthening the security of their university […]
Spring 2019 Canvas course shells are now available to faculty. It might be time to give some thought to the […]
Did you know Office 365 has lots of ways you can collaborate with your group? Here’s three.
Have you ever wanted to suggest new technology services or request changes to an existing service? Now you can! Submit […]
Faculty, staff, and students have access to the full suite of Office 365 and Google Apps*. You can use either […]
Are you teaching in a technology-enhanced classroom and find yourself in need of an HDMI adapter? If so, OIT can […]